The Love Island twins have finally explained how to tell them apart – but viewers are still a bit confused.

Jess and Eve Gale stormed into the villa during Monday night's episode and turned heads immediately.

But viewers have been struggling to work out which one is which, so they helpfully let Mike Boateng know how to identify them during a cosy private chat.

Mike tried to guess who was who and managed to get it wrong – but thankfully they explained how to work it out.

Eve said: "Jess has got one blue eye and one green eye."


Jess admitted it was "quite subtle" and people only notice when they have been told.

Shocked Mike said: "Now that you point it out I can tell."

Love Island viewers admitted that wasn't too helpful as they can't really see the eyes on their TV screens.



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Taking to Twitter , one Love Island viewer said: "Mike asks Eve/Jess how to tell them apart and tells that Jess has blue eye….how is that helpful for us???

"The twins are so confusing I really can't tell them apart," added another.

A third said: "I can’t wait for one of the twins to go home so i don’t have to try to tell them apart anymore"

"Do the twins have to do everything together? Not seen them apart once fully wouldn’t be suprised if they both chose the same man so so weird," said a fourth.

The twins have already got into one fight over a man as they argued over who was going to pick Callum.

Eve was the one who got her way in the end – but it seems the fighting isn't over if tomorrow night's preview is anything to go by.

Tensions boil over when the girls get together for a big group chat and make their feelings clear.

But it's actually the twins themselves that get into a nasty argument in front of the others when one of them asks the other: "Are you wrong?"

Is this going to start the second twin war?

*Love Island airs tonight on ITV2 at 9pm

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